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Left turn signal clicks,the indicator light on the dash does not come on and the signal does not work.It would seem to me that having the blinker click tells me the signal is leaving the switch unless there is a separate line to the blinker and the lights.Hoping it's a ground problem since the switch is almost 250 bucks. The right signal works fine.

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Power to the blinker is fine so a ground to the bulbs are at fault

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